By David Daniels MA, MRCP, Richard J. Hillman BSc, MRCP, Dip. GUMed, Simon E. Barton BSc, MD, MRCOG, David Goldmeier MD, MRCP (auth.)
Sexually Transmitted illnesses and AIDS covers all features of those ailments with vast inclusion of dermatological stipulations. The a number of selection questions and solutions were compiled through a hugely skilled workforce of clinicians and researchers from significant STD/AIDS centres within the united kingdom. those MCQs objective to assist readers study in a simple, powerful and stress-free means. The publication is meant to lead them to imagine, to check themselves and fee the traditional in their wisdom so one can go assessments in addition to to enhance their scientific perform for his or her sufferers. it is going to be of use to all these in education in sexually transmitted illnesses, medical professionals and nurses alike. The questions were subtle by way of representatives of those teams to supply fascinating inquiries to try out wisdom to diversified criteria, no matter if to meet their very own interest or their examiners'. will probably be fairly worthwhile to these sitting examinations similar to MRCP, MBBS, DipGUM in addition to these attending professional STD or AIDS courses.
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Direct immunofluorescence is a more sensitive means of detecting T. pallidum than dark-ground examinations d. it is safe to give co-trimoxazole while the diagnosis is being established e. 1 a. F-T. pallidum, T. pertenue and T. carateum are morphologically and serologically indistinguishable. b. F-Because of the narrow width of the treponemes, dark-field examination is necessary. c. T d. T e. F-Treponemes are only found in large numbers in lesions of primary and secondary syphilis. 2 a. T b. F c.
Cannot be maintained in continuous culture in vitro e. 2 Primary syphilis a. occurs in approximately one-third to one-half of sexual contacts of an infected individual b. is always symptomatic c. has a mean incubation time of approximately one week d. does not occur in those with a previous history of treated syphilis e. 3 Chancres of primary syphilis a. b. c. d. e. 4 are characteristically painful typically last for at least 3 months only recur as a result of reinfection are rarely associated with regional lymphadenopathy only resolve after appropriate antibiotic treatment In the diagnosis of primary syphilis: a.
May be spread parenterally e. 6 Hepatitis B a. infection is caused by a DNA virus of the hepadna group b. infection may cause symptoms indistinguishable from druginduced hepatitis c. is usually transmitted via the enteric route d. infection cannot occur twice in an individual e. 7 The following groups are at risk of hepatitis B infection: a. b. c. d. Practising male homosexuals Injecting drug users Orthopaedic surgeons Heterosexual blood donors, where disposable sterile equipment is used e. 8 Hepatitis C a.